I\'m mostly a reader of this forum - a piano player who recently purchased a computer for notation software and got absorbed into sequencing and such. I have a few little hymn improv\'s posted on Soundclick [3 of them] and would like to get some feedback. Sometimes I like them and other times I don\'t.
A piece by my daughter [8 years old] made entirely of reverse waves is on the charts for Alternative. Sort of funny!
Any comments would be appreciated. All piano pieces are with PMI Bosendorfer 16 Layerdry with pcm-90 Impulse reverb [Brick Wallz].
Thanks. Everything is played in for real, at tempo. I put 3 or 4 improvisations into my sequencer and choose one that I think I can work with - no major editing, though [I did lop about 1 1/2 min of unnecessary intro off of \"I Love To Tell\"]. Phrase shapes and balances never seem to come out on \"virtual pianos\" as they do on real pianos. It requires some touch up to make it sound ok.